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134 BYZANTINE CHURCHES CHAP, vi some subsequent date the apses of the south church demanded repair and when they were rebuilt3 the northeastern chapel was enlarged by the cutting away of the old outer wall. To this period also belongs the present inner narthex. The fact that the head of the terminal niche at the south end of the north narthex remains above the communicating door shows that the south narthex is later. The outer narthex and south gallery are a still later addition.